British vs American English, Confusing Words and Expressions, Consonant Chart, Controversial Topics, General, Grammar, Oral English, Parts of Speech, Punctuation, Vowel Chart

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You’ve seen and studied question-and-answer books, but would you love to see one with a simplified explanation of each answer? That’s what this ebook is all about. Whether you’re studying for an examination or just need lessons in modern English, this is for you. You would love it—rest assured. May you find the knowledge you seek.…

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Oral English

What’s a lisp?

Do you know someone who put their tongue between their upper and lower teeth when pronouncing s, z and pronounce them as th as in think and that? That’s a lisp. A lisp (also called sigmatism) is a common and treatable speech impediment involving mispronunciation of sibilant sounds. Sibilants are speech sound produced with a…

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Oral English, Vowel Chart

Pure vowels and diphthongs

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:RP_vowel_chart_(monophthongs).gif These are English language vowel chart models containing all twelve pure vowels and eight diphthongs, as well as which part of the tongue produce them. They also show whether a sound is long (:) or short.  

Consonant Chart, Oral English

Consonant chart

https://msu.edu/course/asc/232/Charts/ConsonantChartFilledIn.html This is a model of English language consonant chart. It contains the sounds, places of articulation, manner of articulation, and whether or not the sounds are produced with vibration (voiced or voiceless).